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WWE Network: Schedule Update For August 30-September 5

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The WWE Network schedule just dropped on NBC Peacock as the WWE Universe continues its march towards the Extreme Rules PPV. Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown from earlier in August are now available to watch, as are new episodes of NXT and NXT UK. For those who missed any action, shows like The Bump and This Week in WWE can bring you up to date so you’ll be back in the loop.

WWE Network Weekday Update:

Monday, August 30
Raw Talk– 11:05 p.m. EST
Right after watching Monday Night Raw, fans can head over the WWE Network for the post-game show. Raw Talk features a hosting panel and a rotating list of guests who will discuss what took place on tonight’s show.

Tuesday, August 31
No New Content

WWE NXT Action

Wednesday, September 1
Monday Night Raw (8/2/21)
If you missed out on the August 2 edition of Monday Night Raw, you can catch up on the action in the on-demand section. Watch the build-up to WWE Summerslam on the WWE Network via NBC Peacock.

WWE’s The Bump– 10 a.m. EST
Each week on the WWE Network, The Bump talks about all the happenings in the WWE Universe. The panel often invites guests to the show, including WWE Superstars from the past and present.

WWE NXT (8/31/21)
WWE NXT is heating up following the events of TakeOver 36 with Samoa Joe becoming the new NXT Champion. For those who missed out on the action on Tuesday night, the show will be available 24 hours later on the WWE Network.

Thursday, September 2
NXT UK-
Ilja Dragunov ended WALTER’s historic reign as NXT UK Champion last week at TakeOver 36 resulting in a change of guard for the brand. A new champion is at the top of the mountain, so the WWE Universe will be looking in the direction of the United Kingdom brand of NXT.

This Week in WWE
For those who weren’t able to check out all the WWE content, This Week in WWE will fill in all the blanks. The WWE’s weekly wrap-up show brings every up to speed so you’ll never miss out on the action.

Friday, September 3
205 Live – 10 p.m. EST
After checking out Friday Night Smackdown on FOX, fans can switch over to the WWE Network to watch the cruiserweights in action. 205 Live delivers the best of the cruiserweights via the NBC Peacock app.

WWE Network: Weekend Schedule

Saturday, September 4
WWE Main Event (8/12/21)
WWE Superstars who don’t often make it on Raw and Smackdown have time to shine on WWE Main Event. Each week the network spotlights even more superstars, including Jeff Hardy, Shelton Benjamin, and Mansoor.

Talking Smack-
The WWE Smackdown post-game show will be made available in the on-demand section of the WWE Network.

Independent Drop-
Outside of the WWE Universe, there is still plenty of wrestling action to witness. ICW Fight Club 187 and PROGRESS Wrestling Chapter 120 are now available so fans give them a shot in the on-demand section.

Sunday, September 5
Friday Night SmackDown (8/6/21)
Go back in time to earlier this summer as the WWE marched towards the Summerslam PPV. The August 6 edition of Friday Night Smackdown is now available on-demand via NBC Peacock.

Robby Steven

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